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The first graduating class of Massasoit Community 
College, undertakes to dedicate herein the first year- 
book in the history of the college. 

The responsibility for activation, administration, and 
daily direction of a new school is indeed a challenge. 

The challenge has been met admirably, and it is 
with sincere pleasure that the Class of 1968 dedicates 
its yearbook, "The Legend," to you, Dr. Musselman. 






In Memoriam 




WILLIAM MICHAEL TROSTEL 



April 30, 1948 



September 18, 1966 



Friendliness, thoughtfulness, and conscientiousness— those quali- 
ties which William Trostel possessed, gained the admiration of ev- 
eryone. This memoriam is written to perpetuate his memory, and to 
express the highest degree of respect of his professors and his peers. 




"As the first students of Massasoit Community College, it is up to 
you to create the tradition and history of this college." During the 
past two years, students have constantly received these words of en- 
couragement and advice. With the graduation o\' the first class of 
Massasoit Community College, the foundation has been set for an 
ideal which was begun over a decade ago. 

Interest was displayed as early as 1900 for the provision of some 
form oi education to supplement high school. There arose the idea 
of a low-cost, two-year, state-supported institution. By the early 
1960's, the Community College became more than an idea to the 
Brockton community. After due consideration, the bill was passed in 
December 1965 and a college was to be built in Brockton. 

In March, Dean Melody moved into temporary quarters at the 
Sprague School in Brockton. He was without a phone, a desk, and a 
staff, but before long he was busy with the task of accepting the stu- 
dents that were to comprise the college's first graduating class. The 
faculty was appointed and Massasoit, under the direction of Presi- 
dent John W. Musselman, moved to another temporary home in the 
Charles Frolio School in Abington. 

In September of 1966, when the college opened for its first semes- 
ter, 723 students enrolled as freshmen and there were 46 professors. 
Dean Melody became the Dean of Faculty and Dean Simmons be- 
came the Dean of Students. 

The social activities of the college have grown also. Early in the 
fall of 1966 an election for the Student Council members was held. 
Those original members of the council drew up the Constitution, the 
Student Handbook and planned the activities of the coming year. 
Out of these original activities have grown the start Massasoit Day, 
which was held on the day preceding the Thanksgiving Recess. 
Among the many activities held at the second annual Massasoit Day 
was a series of skits, a short history of our forefather Chief Massa- 
soit, a Student Council-Faculty basketball game and a pancake 
festival. 

The student activities include: the semi-formal, intermural games, 
varsity basketball, the newspaper called "The Quill" and the year- 
book called the "The Legend". The Varsity Basketball team had a 
very successful year with two players making the All-Star team. 

Over the past two years, experience has been the key word. Stu- 
dents have had the experience of growing with the college and the 
college has grown with its students. 




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Prologue 10 



Events 11 



Administration 
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Seniors 31 



Sports 



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Activities 



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Directory 87 



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Advertisements 95 




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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Jeannette Gilchrist 

CO-EDITORS 

Maureen Sheridan 
Nancy Wilbur 

B U SIN ESS MA NA GER 
Cheryl Grant 

ADVISORS 

Linda Harris 
EDITORIAL 

Benjamin Pike 
BUSINESS 

Photography by 
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FOUNDED 1966 







Prologue 



This yearbook has been a unique experience. We have waded 
through many long hours, disappointments, and missed deadlines. 
Our understanding staff and advisors listened to each problem and 
each, in giving his view-points, has brought The Legend to its first 
publication. 

We as a staff present to you in the first yearbook of MCC a 
memorable book. It has candids, cartoons, and formal pictures 
capturing every side of campus life. 

As editor of The Legend, I can only say there have been many 
late nights spent in that little publication room working to pre- 
pare each page. In striving to prepare a unique and interesting 
book we have sought to give you the best; the best of our efforts 
and the best of our school. In your hands is the product of our la- 
bor. I sincerely hope that you will enjoy The Legend as much as 
we have enoyed preparing it. 
Editor, 

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November 22, 1967 was Massasoit Day at MCC. 
It was considered one of the most popular events of the 
year because so many were involved. The days activities 
included a skit, choral presentations, and the crowning 
of a princess, a queen and a chief. In the afternoon 
there was a basketball game: Faculty vs Student 
Council. Guess who won! Following the day's activi- 
ties there was a mixer which gave the Thanksgiving 
Holiday a special touch. 




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Proven Successful! 




Professor Gay tells of the great sachem— Massasoit. 





Chosen to reign is Eloise Jacobs, Princess Massasoit: 
Nancy Samulski. Miss Massasoit; and John Kelly. 
Chief Massasoit. 



Choir and faculty members harmonize. 




Semi-Formal 
1967-1968 




May 20, 1967 is a memorable 
evening for all those who attended the 
semi-formal at Motel 128 with the 
George Graham Orchestra entertain- 
ining. 

Many found the semi-formal of 
1968 as memorable if not more so 
than the previous year. The Johnny 
Christy Orchestra and Bob Blasser en- 
tertained at the Ridder Country Club. 





Nancy Wilbur never realized at this time she would be the next editor of the 
Legend. 



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ADMINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 





DR. JOHN W. MUSSELMAN 
PRESIDENT 



ADMINISTRATION 



COLONEL PHILLIP B. MELODY 
DEAN OF FACULTY 



ROY SIMMONS, JR. 
DEAN OF STUDENTS 




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JAMES E. SULLIVAN 



JOHN E. MURRAY 



JOHN D. McPEAKE 



TIMOTHY M. FITZGERALD 




NANCY ADAMS 



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SANDRA BARBIERE 

College Bookkeeper 




MARLENE KAVAL' 

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Assistant Librarian 



JACQUELYN FARRELL 

Assistant Senior Librarian 



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Business Administration 



FRANCIS HOLLAND 




LORRAINE OLSEN 



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PAUL HARDY 



MAURICE WALSH 




Mathematics 



JAMES THROWER 



EDWARD WILLAIMSON 




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TIMOTHY FITZGERALD 




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PAUL COLELLA 





DELIA FEENEY 



NOT PICTURED 
LILY MARK 




PATRICIA LEARY 



JOHN NORTON 









THEODORE P. ELLIOTT-SMITH 



Language 
Arts 



Francis P. Roman 








Marilyn G. Maxwell 




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HAROLD GAY 



History 



ROBERT SMALL 



HAROLD CALLANAN 



WILLIAM BARNETT 



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LINDA HARRIS 




FRANK JOHNSON, JR. 






JOANN MORICI 





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WILLIAM COGGAN 




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CHARLES CAPUTO 



JOHN CONWAY 




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WILLIAM COWPERTHWAITE 




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Cafeteria Workers 



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SENIORS 




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JOHN AMBROSINI 
B.A.T. 




VIRGINIA ANDERSON 
L.A.T.E. 






KENNETH J. AN AN I A 
L.A.T.H. 



JOSEPH E. ARSENA ULT 
L.A. GEN. 



JAMES R. ARMSTRONG 
L.A. GEN. 



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JANET A. ASSMUS 
L.A.T.E. 



FRANCIS A. AUSTIN 
L.A.T.H. 




SHARON BAXTER 
EXEC. SEC. 



LYNDA J. BIAGI 
L.A.T.H. 



JOHN W. BARN IE 
L.A. GEN. 




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L.A.T.S. 




ROLAND BLANCHETTE 
L.A.T.E. 








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L.A. GEN. 





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L.A.T.E. 



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HARRY BOULDRY 
B.A.T. 





ANN BOWLER 
EXEC. SEC. 



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DIANE M. BOWMAN 
L.A.T.H. 




WILLIAM A. BRENNAN 
L.A.T.H. 




KATHERINE BROWN 
L.A.T.H. 




MA R Y BRO WN 
L.A. GEN. 






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B.A.T. 




LAURA M. BURRELL 
L.A.T.E. 




JANET CAROLINA 
L.A.T.E. 




FRANCIS CASELDEN 
B.A.C. 




FRANCIS CAVANAR 
LA. GEN. 



BARBARA CHAPIN 
B.A.C. 



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EDWARD F. CHAUNCEY 
B.A.T. 



FRANC ESC A CHIULLI 
L.A. GEN. 






DANIEL CHURCHILL 
B.A.T. 




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CHAIREL CHUTE 
EXEC. SEC. 




ALAN R. C LOUGH 
L.A. GEN. 




JAMES CO LP AS 
L.A.T.E. 




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JOHN P. CO LP AS 
L.A.T.E. 





WILLIAM J. CWALINA 
L.A.T.H. 




CAROLE S. C US HER 
L.A.T.H. 




JOSEPH D ARC HE 
L.A. GEN. 



FRANK DELANO, JR. 
BAT. 




MARC S. DELOREY 
L.A. GEN. 




CHARLES A. DELUCA 
L.A.T.S. 



JANICE DELVECCHIO 
L.A.T.H. 




PAUL 

DESGROSSELLIERS 

L.A.T.H. 





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EXEC. SEC. 



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B.A.T. 



EUGENE G. DINNEEN 
B.A.C. 






MARIE DOIRON 
EXEC. SEC. 



Patrice Devine looks baffled after taking a glimpse at the Registration Forms. 




STANLEY M. DROBNIS 
L.A.T.H. 







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SHARON DUDLEY 
L.A.T.H. 



DEBORAH A. DURAN 
L.A.T.E. 




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JOHN C. DUNBAR 
L.A. GEN. 



PAULA L. ENGERMAN 
L.A. GEN. 





ROBERT J. DURAND 
L.A. GEN. 



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CHARLES M. EARN HAM 
L.A. GEN. 




WILLIAM R. FINN 
L.A.T.H. 




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L.A.T.E. 



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KA THLEEN FL YNN 
L.A.T.E. 



ELSIE K. FOG ARTY 
L.A.T.E. 



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KATHLEEN A. FOX 
L.A.T.H. 




MICHAEL FRANEY 
LA. GEN. 



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L.A.T.E. 





LISA GIAMPEROLI 
EXEC. SEC. 




JEANNETTE GILCHRIST 
L.A.T.E. 



KATHLEEN A. GILL 
EXEC. SEC. 






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ELISABETH A. GILLIS 
L.A.T.H. 



PATRICIA GRAMER 
L.A.T.E. 





CHERYL A. GRANT 
EXEC. SEC. 




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JOSEPH D. GREEN 
B.A.C.A. 



KAREN A. GRIFFIN 
EXEC. SEC. 



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DARYL A. HAASE 
EXEC. SEC. 



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LORRAINE M. HAGGERTY 
L.A.T.E. 




Well professor, you won't believe this but 



JAMES E. HAMILTON 
L.A. GEN. 




SANDRA R. HARDING 
B.A.C. 




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DONNA HARRINGTON 
EXEC. SEC. 





GAYLE M. HARRIS 
EXEC. SEC. 




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L.A. GEN. 




RICHARD S. HOG AN 
B.A.T. 




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L.A.T.E. 







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L.A.T.E. 



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L.A.T.E. 




JOHN J. KELL Y, JR. 
L.A.T.H. 




MICHAEL KILFOYLE 
B.A.T. 




ROBERTA KRENTZMAN 
EXEC. SEC. 



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L.A. GEN. 





JAN IS D. LEEDS 
L.A.T.H. 



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PAUL J. LEG AN 
L.A. GEN. 



DA VID W. LINDSA Y 
B.A.C. 





KENNETH LIFCHITZ 
L.A.T.E. 



MARIANNE MAKOS 
L.A. GEN. 





TIMOTHY LONGDEN. JR. 
BACA. 



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LA WRENCE MALINOWSKI 
B.A.T. 





DAVID P. MANNING 
B.A.T. 



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PETER E. MANNING 
B.A.C. 




WELL GANG WE FINALLY MADE IT. 




MELBOURNE MAPP 
B.A.C. 



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EXEC. SEC. 



FREDERICK J. MARKT 
BAT. 





MARY E. MATHER 
B.A.C. 



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ELAINE P. MAXWELL 
L.A.T.E. 



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MILTON MEDEIROS 
B.A.C. 




RICHARD MERIGAN 
L.A. GEN. 





FIONA S. MILLER 
L.A.T.E. 



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STEVEN J. MILMAN 
B.A.T. 




ANNE MOONEY 
EXEC. SEC. 




MICHAEL MOONEY 
B.A.C.A. 



JANET H. MOREAU 
L.A.T.H. 




JAMES M. MURPHY 
B.A.T. 




CRAIG B. MURRAY 
B.A.T. 





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DIANNE M. MURRA Y 
LATH. 



ALRIGHT, WHO CALLED THIS ONE IN? 



william Mcdonald 

L.A.T.H. 





DOREEN L. McNAMARA 
L.A.T.E. 




MICHAEL J. McNAMARA 
LA. GEN. 



BONNE Y Mc WILLI A M 
L.A.T.E. 



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CAROL A. NELVILLE 
L.A.T.H. 



JOAN F. NEWSON 
B.A.C.A. 



CHARLES NORVISH 
L.A. GEN. 




JEANNE F. PARKER 
EXEC. SEC. 




DONALD M. PERKINS 
B.A.C.A. 



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MICHELLE A. PERRY 
EXEC. SEC. 




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SANDRA J. PERRY 
EXEC. SEC. 




MARK PETERSON 
L.A.T.H. 




JUDITH A. PILEGGI 
L.A.T.E. 



HARRISON PORTER 
L.A. GEN. 




JOANNE 

PRINCIGALLI 

EXEC. SEC. 




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M. KENT PROCTOR 
L.A. GEN. 



JOSEPH T. QUILL 
LA. GEN. 





LA WRENCE QUINLAN 
B.A.T. 




IAN QUINN 
B.A.T. 



PAULINE A. QUINN 
L.A.T.S. 







BARBARA M. REIS 
L.A.T.E. 




LAURA ROBINSON 
L.A.T.H. 




ROBERT ROCKWELL 
L.A. GEN. 



HARVEY S. ROSEN 
L.A.T.E. 




FRANK J. RUNEY 
B.A.T. 




DANIEL P. RYAN 
L.A. GEN. 



OPEN HOUSE- 1967 




ANNE L. ST. PETER 
L.A. GEN. 




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NANCY J. SAMULSKI 
L.A. GEN. 





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MURIEL SAMMER 
L.A.T.H. 



CA THERINE R. SCHENCK 
EXEC. SEC. 




LAURETTA A. SASS 
EXEC. SEC. 




ELLEN M. SEARS 
EXEC. SEC. 



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LEO V. SCIARAPPA 
L.A.T.H. 




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MA UREEN SHERIDAN 
L.A.T.E. 




ANN A. SIMS 
L.A. GEN. 




BEVERLY SIMPSON 
L.A.T.E. 




KAROL SPRAGUE 
L.A.T.E. 





SANDRA L. SOLES 
L.A.T.E. 




FRANCIS TANASSO 
L.A.T.H. 




MARILYN J. TANKARD 
L.A.T.E. 




BETTY TRAFTON 
L.A.T.E. 




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JANICE T TROMBLY 
L.A.T.E. 




MARC I A A. TRUDEAU 
L.A.T.E. 





MARY E. TYRRELL 
L.A.T.E. 




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DIANE M. UMBRIANNA 
L.A. GEN. 



ANTHONY VACCA 
BACA. 




MARY -JO VENCKUS 
L.A.T.E. 




STEPHEN VESEY 
B.A.T. 



Take it off, take it all off . . . 




LYNNS. VICTOR 
L.A. GEN. 




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PATRICIA A. VLAHOS 
L.A.T.H. 




"We got to get out of this place!' 



NANCY VOSE 
EXEC. SEC. 




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LEO WALDRON 
L.A. GEN. 




JAMES S. WALTON 
B.A.T. 




WILLIAM R. WEA VER 
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JAMES WHITE 
L.A.T.H. 



MARK WHITE 
L.A. GEN. 




ROGER WW DEN 
L.A. GEN. 




HELEN WILSON 
EXEC. SEC. 



SOMETIMES COLLEGE IS AWFULLY HARD! 





DONNA WRIGHT 
L.A.T.H. 



JAMIE A. WRIGHT 
L.A.T.H. 









B REN DA YOUNG 
EXEC. SEC. 





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CAROL A. DELPRETE 
L.A.T.E. 




JEANNE M. ASIAF 
L.A.T.E. 



Is To Blame? 




MARC I A A. PEN A 
LA. GEN. 



SANDRA J. WOOD 
EXEC. SEC. 



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SPORTS 





ALL STAR OFFENSE 

Row 1; J. Castagnozzi, W. Brennan, B. Malenfant, G. McDonald, Row 2; J. 
VanSyckel, R. Widden, G. Melford, J. McGrath, J. Moroni. 









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ALL STAR DEFENSE 

Row 1; R. Widden, M. Barry, J. Walker, D. Churchill, L. Waldron, Row 2; G. 
Melford, R. Malbon, G. Melford, K. O'Connor, F. Desmond. 



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PURITANS 

Row J; J. Darche, F. Desmond, D. Churchill Row 2; M. Callahan, 
G. Melford, J. Murray, R. Widden. 




APOSTLES 

Row I; J. Murphy, J. Castagnozzi, C. Wengler, R. Malbon, Row 2; 
G. Melford, L. Waldron, S. Vesey, J. Olson. 




LIONS 

Row 2; J. McGrath, J. Walker, G. McDonald, J. Kelley, Row 1; M. 
Barry, B. Malenfant, J. VanSyckel. 













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SCORING LIST 




DiGiovanni 


316 


Ryan 


306 


Mapp 


285 


Baldwin 


190 


Smith 


143 


Bianchi 


95 


Olson 


79 


Bechtal 


76 


Markt 


45 


Mooney 


39 


Murphy 


37 


Doyle 


34 


Ross 


29 


Weaver 


28 


Cluff 


25 


Johnson 


22 


Osborne 


15 


Hannigan 


14 


Lyons 


14 


DeCouto 


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MCC Wins Again 



The sport of basketball started out impressively at Massasoit. Although the 
team lacked height, it more than made up for this deficient with hustle and desire. 
Thanks to the coaching of Tim Fitzgerald, the team was in the best of condition, 
and this fact alone allowed the Warrior "Hoopsters" to literally run many of its 
opponents off the court. During the first semester, the fine rebounding and scoring 
of captains Mel Mapp, John DiGiovanni, and forward Frank Smith, plus the de- 
fensive play and outside shooting of guards Danny Ryan and George Baldwin, 
the team lost only four games. The winning season, however, was due to a team 
effort and depth of the Warrior's bench. Guards Ron Bechtel and John Olson were 
more than equal to the task of replacing Baldwin and Ryan. When Bechtel and 
Olson tired there was Ron Mooney, Ralph Cluff, and Steve Osborne to take over. 

With the loss of captain DiGiovanni during the second semester, the scoring 
and rebounding chores fell to forwards Lorrey Bianchi and Barney Ross, each of 
whom shouldered the responsibility well. DiGiovanni was not the only man lost, 
for the hustle of Bill Weaver, Bob Doyle, and Rick Markt were also missed. How- 
ever, the team benefited from the rebounding of Pat Lyons and the shooting of 
forwards Hal Johnson and Jim Murphy. The history of Massasoit basketball got 
off to a great start and the future looks bright with many of this year's players re- 
turning for next year. 



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Betsy Hunter, Cathrine Covell, Deborah Smith. Bev- 
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Jacka, Janet Scribner, Anne Boncoddo. 





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OPPONENTS 

Emerson 

Burdett 

Cape Cod 

Northern Essex 

Newton Junior 

Quincy Junior 

Cambridge 

Bryant and Stratton 

Andover 

Mass. Bay 

Newton Junior 

Burdett 

Cambridge 

Andover 

Bristol 

Franklin 

Cape Cod 

Franklin 

Bryant and Stratton 

N.H. College of Acct. 

Quincy Junior 

Bridgewater Freshmen 

Framingham 




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Tennis 





K. Van Warmer, S. Waters. 




row 1 K. O'Connor, F. Runey, J. Crossen, J. Walker, D. Bonaparte, and J. Van Syckel row 2 
T. Buckler, J. Castagnozzi, J. Murray, J. McGrath, B. Brennan, and J. Olson row 3 D. York, 
P. Porter, B. Durand, R. Nazzoro, and E. O'Dea. 




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Bowling 





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Intramural Volleyball 





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Student Council 




GRIFFITH DALAINIS 
VICE PRESIDENT 



NANCY SAMULSKI 
RECORDING SECRETARY 






MARY LIQUORI 
TREASURER 



NANCY McLAIN 
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 



FREDRICK MARKT 
PRESIDENT 




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C. GRANT, S. WOOD, J. PILEGGI 




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Row 1; S. Wood, M. Sheridan, M. De Lorey, N. Wilbur, J. Gilchrist, E. Maxwell, M. Doireen, K. 
Warren, Row 2; C. Grant, J. Van Syckel, J. Murphy, D. Bonapart, M. J. Venckus, M. Tyrrell, L. 
Biage, M. McNamara. 



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JEANETTE GILCHRIST 
EDITOR IN CHIEF 




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The Legend staff started comprising this 
material early last spring. Being conscien- 
tious about the yearbook, we as a staff have 
presented to the administration, faculty, 
and students our first yearbook, and one to 
be remembered, THE LEGEND. 



Newspaper 





BUSINESS STAFF 

C. Grant, J. Powers, K. Anania. 



Lynda Biagi 
Editor 



Row 1- K Flaherty, J. Scribner, M. Mather, R. Rosenstein, J. Tur- 
ner Row 2; M. DeLorey, M. Doiron, K. Warren, J. Bolduc, S. Gam- 
mon, Row 3; G. Melford, W. Finn, C. Neville, K. Brown, E. 
Fogarty. 



In February 1967, the first edition of The 
Quill, a monthly publication, was presented 
to the students. The Quill is a student pub- 
lication-edited and written by the students. 
It deals with local news and items of inter- 
est to the student body. As the voice of the 
students, The Quill tries to present a true 
picture of activities and conflicts concerning 
the college. 



Due to the unselfish contribu- 
tions, MCC has adopted an or- 
phan. As foster parents we will be 
sending a check each month to help this child 
lead a life of better opportunities. Our orphan 
will be given the chance to receive a good educa- 
tion foundation and also the food and clothing 
that is needed. In return, through pictures and 
letters we will gain a better understanding of the 
child. 




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Drama 
Club 



Row 1; M. Becker, J. Turner, J. McSorley, F. Tanasso, M. Venckus, K. Schenck, F. Austen, 
Row 2; J. Hill, L. Biagi, W. Finn, L. Haggerty, K. Flaherty, P. Engerman, Mr. Chase, Row 3; 
A. Clough, J. Leeds, S. Millman, M. MacNamara, M. Doiron, K. Warren. 




Row I; D. Haase, B. Simpson, J. Bolduk, K. Sprague, S. Cypher, Row 2; S. 
Gammon, M. Tankard, J. Trombley, P. Gramer, L. Bohaher, Row 3; S. Dudley, 
H. Wilson, D. Latham, K. Reis. 



Choir 





Row 1; S. Gammon, K. Warren, F. Chulli, Row 2; R. Malbon, M. DeLorey, F. Austin, Row 3; W. 
Choquet, F. O'Neill, A. Luiz. 



Schools were originally open forum discussion 
groups, where a teacher posed a question and the 
pupils gave their opinions and supported their 
contentions. Things could sometimes get rather 
out of hand. This spirit of creativity and inven- 
tion has been perpetuated in our Literary Guild. 

Members bring in examples of art work and 
writing, many times originals, which they feel 
would spark an interest. They ask for help in get- 
ting over a "rough" place. In return constructive 
criticism from the group is given. 

Growth has been constant, and next year even 
a larger number of those interested are expected 
to participate. 




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Veterans 



Row 1; G. Melford, W. Bearce, W. Belushko, W. Pushee, Row 2; G. Dalianis, W. Choquet, 
L. Malinowski, R. Hayes. 

Row I; M. Tyrrell, L. Haggertty, K. Brown, K. Flaherty, K. Schenck, Mr. 

Small, Row 2; W. Finn, F. Austen, F. Tanasso, Chiulli, 



NEWMAN 
CLUB 




Row 3; M. Norrman, K. Anania, C. Neville, M. Doiron. 



Row 1; S. Wood, S. Cantura, F. Chiulli, C. Covell, R. Rosenstein, J. McSorley, Row 2; F. 
Cavanar, D. Gay, B. Hunter, J. Turner, J. Alexander, Row 3; M. Norrman, B. Peterson, L. 
Winperis, D. Sault, J. McMillan, Row 4; A. O'Neill, A. Clough, R. Malbon, J. Crossen, W. 
Brennan. 



Radio 
Club 




Ski 
Club 





Row 1; Miss Morici, N. Wilbur, J. Scribner, J. Jacka, M. Leonard, A. St. Peter, D. Umbrianna, 
K. O'Connor, Row 2; D. Churchill, E. Tully, T. Scanlon, L. Lucier, B. Mclntir, T. Austen, M. 
Norrman, E. Maxwell, Row 3; E. Fisher, P. Grenier, C. Caron, A. O'Neill, J. Foley, M. Farren, 
A. Clough, Row 4; R. Yorke, F. Delano, W. Brennan, J. Castagnozzi, J. Murphy, D. Bonapart, 
R. Malbon, J. Crossen. 



Row 1; F. Desmond, T. Buckler, R. Kuusela, J. Crossen, H. Coleman, M. Callahan, R. 
Cerci, Row 2; G. Jorgensen, M. Barry, J. Olson, W. Brennan, G. Bonney, Row 3; G. Mel- 
ford, M. Norrman, R. Malbon, J. Loomis, R. Durand. 





SURF 



CLUB 











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Dale E. Allberry 
Gregory J. Almeida 
John Ambrosini 
Kenneth Anania 
Robert A. Anania 
Jeffery Anderson 
Virginia Anderson 
Gordon S. Arnold 
Joseph Arsenault 
Jeanne Asiaf 
Janet Assmus 
Francis Austin 
Bert Babbin 
John Barnie 
Peter Barrows 
Sharon Baxter 
Karen Beard 
Ronald Bechtel 
Myron Becker 
Joseph Benton 
Vincent Bettes 
Lynda Biagi 
Lorrey Bianchi 
Roland Blanchette 
Janice Boldoc 
Gale Bork 
Paul Bowen 
Ann Bowler 
Diane Bowman 
William Brennan 
Katherine Brown 
Mary Brown 
Peter Bun- 
Laura Burrell 
Janet Carolina 
Francis Caselden 
Francis Cavanar 
Barbara Chapin 
Edward Chauncey 
Francesca Chiulli 
Richard Choate 
Warren Choquet 
Daniel Churchill 
Raymond Clark 
Alan Clough 
James Colpas 
John Colpas 
Richard Coner 
Stephen Cosman 
Leonard Crooks 
Joseph Crowley 
William Cwalina 
Carole Cusher 
Roy Damon 
Joseph Darche 
George Dauphinee 



108 Leonard St. 

8 Grove St. 
69 Forest Rd. 
95 Wheeler Ave. 
95 Wheeler Ave. 
347 West Main St. 

14 Grant St. 

34 Sherrick Ave. 
80 Surf Ave. 

52 Leahy Rd. 
391 North St. 
12 Crawford Rd. 
5 Hendricks St. 
19 Camden St. 
248 Beulah St. 
18 Britton St. 
28 Gale Rd. 
100 Locust St. 

35 Harold St. 
418 Summer St. 
39 Winter St. 
375 Salem St. 

15 Lee Rd. 
100 Grove St. 
91 Grove St. 

1 14 Birch Tree Dr. 
4 Suffolk Rd. 

9 South Main St. 
75 Charles St. 

23 Eisenhower Dr. 
130 East St. 
130 East St. 
67 Leavitt St. 
31 High St. 
Gen. Delivery 
12 Lind Ter. 

36 Alden Rd. 
74 Ford St. 

157 No. Elm. St. 
374 W. Elm St. 
118 Lyman St. 
232 Perkins Ave. 
28 Jenny Lind St. 
25 Wilbur St. 

10 Winslow Rd. 

8 S. Lakeview Rd. 
8 S. Lakeview Rd. 
80 Furnace Brk. Pky. 
7 Essex Rd. 
418 Summer St. 
74 Moss Hill Rd. 
36 Maiposa St. 
7 Alabama St. 
868 Plymouth St. 

158 Town St. 
57 Nash Rd. 



Canton 

Brockton 

Stoughton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Avon 

W. Bridgewater 

Holbrook 

Marshfield 

Brockton 

N. Weymouth 

So. Braintree 

Avon 

Stoughton 

Whitman 

Stoughton 

E. Weymouth 

Brockton 

Sharon 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Rockland 

Sharon 

Brockton 

E. Bridgewater 

Westwood 

Sharon 

Randolph 

Whitman 

So. Easton 

Wrentham 

Wrentham 

Hingham 

E. Weymouth 

Manomet 

Randolph 

Dedham 

Brockton 

W. Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

No. Easton 

No. Easton 

Sharon 

Norton 

Norton 

Dorchester 

Sharon 

Weymouth 

Jamaica' Plain 

Mattapan 

Mattapan 

Abington 

Braintree 

Weymouth 



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Leonard Davenport 
Frank Delano, Jr. 
Marc Delorey 
Carol DelPrete 
Charles Deluca 
Janice DelVecchio 
Paul Desgrosselliers 
Robert Desmarais 
Patrice Devine 
Eugene Dinneen 
Marie Doiron 
Stanley Drobnis 
Jacqueline Dunbar 
John Dunbar 
Sharon Dudley 
Deborah Duran 
Robert Durand 
Leocadia Eldredge 
Paula Engerman 
Glenya Erickson 
Charles Farnham 
Carl Feldman 
William Finn 
Kathlenn Flaherty 
Kathleen Flynn 
Elsie Fogarty 
Alfred Foley 
Kathleen Fox 
Anthony Fox 
Steven Furman 
Suzanne Gammon 
Terry Gardiner 
William Garner 
Lisa Giamperoli 
Jeannette Gilchrist 
Elisabeth Gill 
Patricia Gramer 
Cheryl Grant 
Joseph Grant 
Joseph Green 
Karen Griffin 
Daryl Haase 
Lorraine Haggerty 
Robert Hale 
James Hamilton 
Stephen Hamlet 
Sandra Harding 
Stephen Harper 
Donna Harrington 
Arthur Harris 
Gayle Harris 
George Hayden 
Arthur Hayes 
Kenneth Hill 
Richard Hogan 
Daniel Holbrook 
Theresa Houde 



37 Packard St. 
204 Elm St. 

32 Holmes Ave. 
200 Concord St. 
62 John St. 

35 Weyham Rd. 
355 Center St. 
53 Auburn St. 
126 Gladstone St. 
25 Rustic Dr. 

5 Debbie Rd. 
14 Keane Rd. 

56 Amherst Rd. 

38 Cottontail Ln. 
46 Hillside Ave. 
46 Hillside Ave. 
37 Kendrick St. 
72 Bellows Cir. 
16 Plymouth St. 
Church St. 

890 Plymouth St. 
243 Lynn Rd. 
191 Bishop St. 

57 Augustine St. 
49 Adams St. 
52 Bedford St. 
290 Havard St. 
179 Ellsworth St. 
126 Summer St. 

7 Suffolk Rd. 

8 Blueberry Ln. 

1 143 Bedford St. 

7 Hampton Rd. 
404 North St. 
King St. 

158 Seaver St. 

8 High St. 

808 Washington St. 
306 Field St. 
25 Summer Ave. 
23 Lookoff St. 
42 Stebbins Ave. 
30 McDonald St. 
316 Prospect St. 
72 Stebbins Ave. 
42 Cliff St. 
29 Dana St. 
28 Eaton St. 
64 Sportsman's Tr. 
644 Pearl St. 
214 Evans St. 

36 Liberty St. 
108-D Memorial Dr. 
177 Mill St. 

382 Crescent St. 
980 Washington St. 
35 Brown St. 



Brockton 

No. Easton 

Weymouth 

Rockland 

Quincy 

Weymouth 

Brockton 

Whitman 

Brockton 

Weymouth 

Brockton 

W. Roxbury 

Braintree 

Marshfield 

Braintree 

Braintree 

Whitman 

Abington 

Brockton 

So. Carver 

E. Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Holbrook 

Abington 

Whitman 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Sharon 

N. Scituate 

Abington 

Brockton 

Bridgewater 

Norfolk 

Stoughton 

Hingham 

Abington 

Brockton 

Stoughton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Avon 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Abington 

Whitman 

Brockton 

Whitman 

Brockton 

Weymouth 

So. Weymouth 

E. Weymouth 

Randolph 

Brockton 

Whitman 

Brockton 



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Jacquelyn Huerth 
William Hurley 
Paul Irving 
George Janes 
Earle Kahn 
Rita Kane 
John Kelly, Jr. 
Michael Kilfoyle 
Dennis King 
Frederick Krafton 
Roberta Krentzman 
Nadine Krikorian 
Thomas Lee 
Janis Leeds 
William Leminen 
Elliot Levin 
David Lindsay 
Mary Liquori 
Timothy Longden, Jr. 
Brian Lord 
John Lorden 
Robert Lutz 
Steven Lyons 
Arthur MacAuslan 
Eugene MacDonald 
Robert Malbon 
Lawrence Malinowski 
Joseph Mann 
David Manning 
Peter Manning 
Melbourne Mapp 
Rosemary Marchand 
Albert Markella 
Frederick Markt 
Robert Mason 
William Massod 
Mary Mather 
Elaine Maxwell 
Mary Maxwell 
Milton Medeiros 
Fiona Miller 
Steven Milman 
Anne Mooney 
Michael Mooney 
Ronald Mooney 
Janet Moreau 
James Murphy 
Craig Murray 
Wayne McAllister 
William McCoy 
Wayne McDonald 
Thomas McDonnell 
John McGrath 
Edward Mclnnis 
Doreen McNamara 
Michael McNamara 



83 Hawthorn Rd. 
91 Gerard Rd. 
2 Leonard Way 
46 Healy Rd. ' 

24 Francis Rd. 

54 O'Callaghan Wy. 
4 Knights Cres. St. 
1092 Ferry St. 

90 E. Vanston Rd. 
141 Copeland St. 
12 Hampshire Ave. 

9 Nemasket St. 
86 Glendale Ave. 
145 Ames St. 

31 Hully Rd. 
15 Leonard Rd. 
36 Holly Hill Cr. 
590 Broad St. 
35 Canoe Tree St. 

12 Orrin White Dr. 
57 Belmont St. 

115 Birch St. 

684 Sea St. 
159 Park Rd. 
28 East Ave. 
226A Union St. 

197 Bedford St. 
6 Pole Plain Rd. 

13 Thompson Ave. 
243 Thacher St. 

19 12th Ave. 
12 Moulton St. 

198 E. Spring St. 
15 Ames St. 

25 Ingrid Rd. 

338 No. Warren St. 
188 Elliot St. 
15 Wright St. 
531 No. Quincy St. 
122 Chestnut St. 
64 Spring St. 

685 Bay Rd. 

14 Bay view St. 
157 Clapp St. 

162 Governor's Rd. 

50 Soren St. 

115 Constitution Ave. 

Pleasant St. 

64 Turner St. 

10 Frankton Ave. 

55 Smith St. 
217 Mill St. 

40 Robinswood Rd. 
238 Green St. 
46 Richards Rd. 
1 1 1 Russ St. 



Braintree 

Norwell 

Canton 

Weymouth 

Sharon 

S. Boston 

Randolph 

Marshfield 

Stoughton 

Brockton 

Sharon 

Middleboro 

Brockton 

Sharon 

Braintree 

Sharon 

S. Weymouth 

E. Weymouth 

Marshfield 

Randolph 

Weymouth 

Braintree 

Quincy 

Brockton 

Whitman 

Rockland 

Abington 

Sharon 

Hingham 

Milton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Avon 

Sharon 

Weymouth 

Brockton 

Brockton 

S. Weymouth 

Abington 

Fairhaven 

W. Bridgewater 

Sharon 

Weymouth 

Milton 

W. Quincy 

Randolph 

S. Weymouth 

Marshfield 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Quincy 

Randolph 

S. Weymouth 

Weymouth 

Braintree 

Randolph 



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Bonney McWilliam 
Ronald Nazzaro 
Bradford Neilson 
Carol Nelville 
Joan Newson 
William Noone 
Charles Norvish 
Keith Obillo 
Jeanne Parker 
Joanne Parris 
Marcia Pena 
Donald Perkins 
Michelle Perry 
Sandra Perry 
Mark Peterson 
David Pierce 
Judith Pileggo 
Raymond Plotnick 
Harrison Porter 
Joanne Princigalli 
Kent Proctor 
Joseph Quill 
Lawrence Quinlan 
Evelyn Quinn 
Pauline Quinn 
Barbara Reis 
Laura Robinson 
Robert Rockwell 
Harvey Rosen 
Linda Ruffini 
Frank Runey 
Daniel Ryan 
Anne St. Peter 
Muriel Sammer 
Nancy Samulski 
Lauretta Sass 
Catherine Schenck 
Peter Schuchard 
Leo Sciarappa 
Ellen Sears 
Maureen Sheridan 
Ann Sims 
Beverly Simpson 
Margaret Smith 
Sandra Soles 
Stephen Stack 
Allison Stone 
Douglas Stuart 
John Sweeney 
John Taglieri 
Francis Tanasso 
Marilyn Tankard 
Karl Tinsley 
Betty Trafton 
Janice Trombly 
Marcia Trudeau 



Ridge Rd. 
32 Webster St. 
51 Harcourt Ave. 
61 Walnut Ave. 
330 Forest St. 
324 Forest St. 
692 Wareham St. 
135 Elm St. 
525 Water St. 
Old Center St. 
508 Ash St. 
141 Plymouth St. 
22 Somerset PI. 
12 Howard Sq. 
49 Stratford Rd. 
336 Broadway St. 
76 Bigney Ave. 
27 Margaret Rd. 
400 South St. 
269 N. Warren Ave. 
563 Liberty St. 
223 S. Main St. 
816 Pearl St. 
343 E. Water St. 

89 W. High St. 
10 Spooner St. 

61 Blanchard Rd. 
486 Adams St. 
25 Nelson St. 
Winthrop St. 
Ocean Ave. 
1297 Vernon St. 
190 Middle St. 
118 Sunny Plain Ave. 
21 Gale Rd. 

71 Pearl St. 
16 Emmet St. 
389 Main St. 
20 Annis Ave. 
32 Rosalind Rd. 
148 Dedham St. 

72 Richmond St. 
539 Pleasant St. 
68 S. Douglas St. 

37 Ellis Ave. 
594 Crescent St. 

90 Warren St. 
151 Myers Ave. 
55 Lincoln St. 

41 Ridgview Ave. 

38 Glenwood Sq. 
15 Linda Ln. 
129 Pleasant St. 
Center St. 

489 South Ave. 
194 Hingham St. 



Randolph 

Randolph 

Lakeville 

Braintree 

Rockland 

Brockton 

Middleboro 

Hanson 

Hanover 

Middleboro 

Brockton 

E. Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brockton 

N. Weymouth 

Hanover 

Brockton 

Sharon 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Rockland 

Randolph 

Brockton 

Rockland 

Avon 

N. Easton 

S. Weymouth 

Somerville 

Dorchester 

Kingston 

Monponsett 

Bridgewater 

Weymouth 

Weymouth 

Weymouth 

No. Weymouth 

Brockton 

Hingham 

Brockton 

No. Weymouth 

Canton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Rockland 

W. Bridgewater 

Brockton 

No. Abington 

Abington 

No. Abington 

Mattapan 

Brockton 

Weymouth 

Bridgewater 

Pembroke 

Whitman 

Rockland 



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Mary Tyrrell 
Diane Umbrianna 
Anthony Vacca 
Mary-Jo Venckus 
Frederick Vendt 
Stephen Vesey 
Lynn Victor 
Nancy Vose 
Leo Waldron 
James Walton 
Kathleen Warren 
Douglas Watmough 
William Weaver 
Bruce Weiner 
Carl Wengler 
Barry White 
James White 
Mark White 
Roger Widden 
Leonard Wimperis 
Gerard Williams 
Cheryl Willis 
Sandra Wood 
Jamie Wright 
Brenda Young 
Harold Zadeh 



500 Chestnut St. 
695 Liberty St. 

10 Forest Ave. 

1 1 Sherman Ave. 

5 Jenny Lind St. 

6 Shirley St. 

29 House Rock Rd. 
1080 Oak Hill Ave. 
43 Miller Ave. 

1 Riverside Dr. 
72 Grove St. 
306-B West St. 
1210 Montello St. 
14 Birch wood Cir. 

2 Almond Dr. 

401 N. Bedford St. 
26 Cross St. 
137 Warren Ave. 
1 14 Judith Rd. 
28 Skyline Dr. 
23 James St. 
497 Ash St. 
475 Liberty St. 
257 Homeland Dr, 
35 Wyoming Ave. 

30 Chickatawbut St. 



Abington 

Rockland 

Brockton 

Canton 

No. Easton 

Holbrook 

Weymouth 

Attleboro 

Brockton 

Kingston 

Norwell 

Randolph 

Brockton 

Sharon 

Randolph 

E. Bridgewater 

E. Weymouth 

Whitman 

Weymouth 

Franklin 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Rockland 

Whitman 

Brockton 

Dorchester 



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the generous contributions 

of merchants, 

professional men, 

restauranteurs, 

church groups, 

alumni 

school organizations, 

and clubs 

are hereby acknowledged 

by the senior class 

of massasoit 

community 

college. 

without this assistance 

the publication 

of the legend 

would not 

have been possible. 

we wish 

to express to them 

our best wishes 

for a greater measure 

of success 

in the coming 







year. 



Patrons 



Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Tyrrell 



Mr. & Mrs. Coleman H. Grant Jr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Benton 



Mr. & Mrs. Frank F. Pileggi 



Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. Walton 



Richard A. Farnham Company 



Mr. & Mrs. Leonard G. Crooks 



Mr. & Mrs. William E. James 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Princigalli 



Mr. & Mrs. Heinz Sammer 



Mr. & Mrs. Victor Malinowski 



Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey F. Mooney 



Rev. & Mrs. Arthur W. Bowler 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur DiGiovanni 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Armstrong 
Malcolm E. Dudley 



Mr. & Mrs. A. M. Widden 



Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. George A. Parker 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert Durand 



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Patrons 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Foley 
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Mr. & Mrs. Francis W. Cwalina 
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Mr. & Mrs. Warren L. Churchill 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Liquori 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank S. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. Micheal Mather 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Shuchard 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul B. Borck 
Mr. & Mrs. Barnie 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gramer 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael DelVecchio 
Mr. & Mrs. Augustine Norvish 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Gillis 
Dale E. Allberry 
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Mr. & Mrs. John J. Franey 
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of a 

friend 



Patrons 



Mr. & Mrs. Sal DeLuca 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Quill 
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Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Porter 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Desgrosseilliers 

Mr. & Mrs. Neal Sweeney 



Mr. & Mrs. James Irving 



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the class of 

1968 



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Patrons 



Mr. & Mrs. James W. Harris 



Mr. & Mrs. William Merigan 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Leeds 
Smith Corset Shops, Inc. 
The Meredith Shop 

Silver Spring Beverages 
Cal's Coffee Shoppe 



LeMar House of Fashion 



Kal's Variety 
Owen's News Agency 
Martin's Bakery 
Water's Country Store 
Submarine Galley 



Thomas E. Nash 



Louis Benjamin Insurance Agency, Inc. 

Joseph C. King Insurance 

Capri Salon, Inc. 

Leonard P. Volpe Company 

Ganley's, Inc. 



Lanoue Brothers 



Brockton Coffeemat 



Fernandes 



Gurney Bros. Co. 

Jewelers since 1841 
at 101 Main St. 
Brockton, Mass. 



INVESTIGATORS OF 
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1968 
success. 



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THE LEGEND 

1968 



WISHES TO EXPRESS 
THEIR APPRECIATION 



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